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If you get hit by a car, not your spirituality or GOD but PEOPLE will help you whether they share your beliefs or not.
After months of work and much anticipation, Ghost 0.5 is finally here. This version is as exciting as the first version, if not more. Although a major chunk of the work in this release has been on the admin area, Ghost 0.5 still packs in a re-designed default theme and new functions for theme developers. […]
You can never cross the ocean until you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.
Ghost is about 9 months old now and is on a very positive trajectory. People have been quick to adopt Ghost since it’s public release in October last year. Hosting companies have also taken steps to make it easier to use Ghost on shared hosting. Another indicator of popularity is the sizeable number of themes […]
Ghost is a great blogging platform, but does not yet have a built-in commenting system. Also, Ghost does not yet have an API for plugins, so it doesn’t have an obvious way to add comments. In this tutorial, we’ll show you five ways to add comments to your Ghost blog. Read more on OSTraining.com
Welcome to the fourth post in our series on Ghost, the exciting new blogging platform. Today we will give you a walkthrough of all the important Ghost screens from your first registration to your detailed settings. Read more on OSTraining.com
This is a free theme created for Ghost Blogging platform. View Demo Download from GitHub
In recent years, developers have used WordPress for more powerful and complex sites. As WordPress sites have become more complex, developers have required better tools. It’s not common to version control and to have multiple deployment environments for production, staging or testing. In this tutorial, we’re going to show you one way to manage and […]
Back in the year 2000, when I first started learning web development, tables were my best friend. The web was filled with <tr> and <td> and semantics were non-existent. Images were broken down and placed in bits & pieces inside different table cells. Things changed in mid-2003 when I came across a site csszengarden.com. This […]